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University of Auckland School Leaver Scholarships

Applications for the School Leaver Scholarships at the University of Auckland are open with applications closing on Wednesday 22nd August at 5 pm.

The University of Auckland have up to 250 of their Top Achiever Scholarships available which pay a full year's catered accommodation in our Halls of Residence and a $6,000 cash payment to awardees.

The Maori and Pacific Academic Excellence Scholarships also offer accommodation and lump sum payments and they would encourage all Maori and Pacific high achievers to consider applying for these.

The Academic Potential Scholarships recognise some of the barriers to achievement including being the First in Family to attend university, students facing financial hardship and students attending low decile schools where opportunities may be reduced.

Applicants only need to comply with one of the criteria to be eligible.